Seaport Artois + Michelin Rated Chefs Celebrate Raise Funds For Restaurant Recovery

Last night, Seaport Artois officially kicked off welcoming consumers to Pier 16 to enjoy Michelin-rated chefs’ take on the classic New York Pizza, with entertainment provided by NYC’s sweetheart DJ Vashtie Kola. Continue Reading →

Gov Cuomo And Team Announce 2021 New York State Fair To Reopen At 100% Capacity

Gov. Cuomo today announced the 2021 NY State Fair, an end-of-summer celebration at the New York State Fairgrounds from August 20 to September 6, 2021, in Syracuse (a few hours from Harlem). Continue Reading →

First All-Black Classical Symphony Orchestra At Carnegie Hall In Its 130-Year History

The Gateways Music Festival Orchestra makes its Carnegie Hall debut on April 24, 2022, marking the first featured performance by an all-Black classical symphony orchestra in the venue’s recorded, 130-year history*. Continue Reading →

Home Is Where Music Is At The Africa Center In It’s Home In Harlem

On Africa Day, Africa Center launched our Home Is… series with conversations about the places Africa Center finds and the ways in which Africa Center has made homes throughout the African Diaspora. Continue Reading →


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